Better Georgia

Stop selling Confederate flag license plates in Georgia

Tell Gov. Deal and state lawmakers to stop selling state-sanctioned license plates that feature the Confederate battle flag.

“Gov. Deal and Georgia lawmakers: We request that you put the Confederate battle flag in museums and stop selling state-sanctioned license plates that feature the flag.

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    Aug 14 - Jimmixs M - New York
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    Symbols of hate and division have no place in our government. It's time to stand up for what's right and remove the Confederate flag from all Georgia license plates.

    Georgia Confederate license plate

    The Confederate flag is not a symbol of Southern pride. The flag is, instead, a symbol of rebellion and racism. Following the brutal killing of nine black people in a South Carolina church by a racist terrorist, it's time to put that symbol of rebellion and racism behind us and move toward healing.

    Remove the flag from Georgia's license plates.